Permanent Residence/Green Card
There are several approaches to becoming a US Lawful Permanent Resident (commonly known as a green card holder). Some common methods of obtainaing Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) status are:
- Through a family member
- Through employment
- After one year of approval as an asylee or one year after entry as a refugee.
Orlando Immigration Lawyer Natalie D. Hall P.A. is here to help you navigate the Permanent Residence/Green Card process.
Non immigrant visas are issued to individuals who desire to visit, study, or work temporarily in the U.S. Natalie D. Hall, P.A. is qualified to assist you in numerous nonimmigrant visas.
If you are found inadmissible to the United States you may be eligible for a waiver.
There are many ways to obtain citizenship in the United States. Avoid being placed in removal proceedings or having a delay or rejection of your application.
Immigrants with Criminal Convictions
Your immigration status may be at risk if you have entered a plea to a criminal charge, or if you have been convicted by a judge or jury for such a charge. Many individuals believe that only illegal immigrants can be placed in removal proceedings (be found deportable from the country or inadmissible to the country). This is simply not true.
Contact your Orlando Immigration Lawyer, Natalie D. Hall today!